Can’t hear this? Click on the CC link at the bottom of the video’s window.
If you have a Windows 10 system with Realtek Audio, you’re probably aware that the Realtek Sound Manager isn’t on your system. Earlier drivers (R2.81) are fine, but the R2.82 drivers don’t work.
Never fear, Realtek released new, updated drivers on January 18, 2018 and you can install them on your Windows 10 32bit or 64bit system. And you can use their advanced RealTek Sound Manager to make critical adjustments to your audio system. Enhance your music, video and games experiences by configuring your speakers to exactly what you want to hear.
Here’s the links to the Realtek sound drivers on the Windows Catalogue service:
Here’s the direct download links:
If the Realtek icon isn’t on your taskbar, to find the sound manager, go to your C:Program FilesRealtekAudioHDA folder and find the RtkNGUI64 (or 32).exe and run it. Then go through the steps in the video to make the icon appear on your taskbar.
Also, go to your Control Panel and in the upper right, switch from Categories to Large Icons. You should see the Realtek Manager there.
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